Category Archive: My trail to Travel

Treasure in Hearst Castle….

My last post from the series of Hearst Castle. This post will take you to the inside of the castle to enjoy the Mr. Heart’s collection of Antiques,  Tapestries, Sculptures. Takea sneak pic of… Continue reading

Roman Pool, Hearst Castle

The last stop of the tour from where you board the bus to return to the Visitor Center. Roman Pool: The Roman Pool at Hearst Castle is a tiled indoor pool decorated with eight… Continue reading

Duplex bedrooms, Hearst Castle

You step in this room, and the first thing you will see … rooms decorated with tapestries and painted ceilings. Marriage Chest: The interior side is painted by an unknown artist with a… Continue reading

The Gothic Suite, Hearst Castle

The Gothic Suit, Hearst Castle Located on the third flour of historical Casa Grande(Main house) Gothic study is where Hearst met with his advisers and worked. This suite also displays some of his… Continue reading

The Main Library, Hearst Castle

The Main Library: Intended for guests, The main library has more than 4,000 books and also showcases one of the Castle’s most treasured collections: 150 ancient Greek vases, all more than two thousand years… Continue reading

Doge’s Suite-Hearst Castle

One of the most beautiful room in the Hearst Castle! Doge’s suit: A richly decorated suite to welcome the guests. It has 2 bedrooms and one sitting room. It was inspired by the… Continue reading

Hearst Castle, California

Hearst Castle is a National Historic Landmark and California Historical Landmark mansion located on the Central Coast of California, United States(approximately 250 miles (400 km) from both Los Angeles and San Francisco). It was… Continue reading

Sankat Mochan Hanuman temple, Mount Madonna(CA)

Sankat Mochan Hanuman temple is located at Mount Madonna Center, Watsonville (CA). The temple is built during 2001-2003 and The Prana Pratishtha ceremony, “establishing the breath” within the sacred image, was performed in 2003.… Continue reading

Bixby Bridge, Big Sur

Bixby Creek Bridge, also known as Bixby Bridge, built in 1932 is a reinforced concrete open-spandrel arch bridge in Big Sur, California. The bridge is located 120 miles (190 km) south of San Francisco… Continue reading

Pfeiffer Beach, CA

Pfeiffer Beach is located in the heart of Big Sur and is one of the favorite beach in all of Big Sur. Pfeiffer Beach is a Day Use Area, no overnight camping. Hours… Continue reading